Posts tagged therapist

Protecting Our Emotional Energy: Tips for Helping Professionals

Protecting Our Emotional Energy: Tips for Helping Professionals #boundaries #burnout #hsp #therapist #psychologist #socialworker #selfcare

  Being affected by our clients is a good thing. We’re human, and a lot of what we witness with clients is pretty affecting stuff. Our clients have an impact on us – from the more immediate of how we feel after a session to bigger impacts like how we see the world, and what […]

Coping with a Personal Crisis While Running a Private Practice

Coping with a Personal Crisis While Running a Private Practice

  Hello, Wonderful Readers and Fellow Mental Health Professionals!   This blog post is about coping with a personal crisis while running a private practice — something I’m sure many of you can relate to.   I’ve had some big struggles in my personal life lately, which has left me low on motivation. I’m great […]

14 Benefits of Blogging for Therapists and Coaches

14 Reasons Every Therapist Should Blog

  Have you thought about starting a blog? Or maybe you started a blog but found it was a lot of work. Blogging can be challenging, but it does pay off in more ways than you might imagine! Blogging is a powerful marketing tool, creative outlet, and wonderful way to share your gifts with the […]

Summer Self-Care for Social Workers and Therapists in Private Practice

Summer Self-Care for Social Workers and Therapists in Private Practice

  Prioritize self-care this summer! Summer seems to be flying by. Sadly, the Back to School gear is already on the shelves at my local Target store! But, there’s still plenty of time to enjoy summer. It’s the perfect time to put your needs first and schedule some summer self-care.   The summer slow down […]

How Guest Blogging Can Help or Hurt Your Business

How Guest Blogging Can Help or Hurt Your Business

What is guest blogging? Guest blogging is writing a blog post for publication on a blog or website other than your own.   What is the purpose of guest blogging? Guest blogging can be an effective way to build credibility and share your writing with a larger or different audience. It also brings new traffic […]

How to Build a Facebook Audience

How to Build a Facebook Audience. How therapists can build an audience on Facebook or Facebook fans to market private practice

  Facebook is an effective and free way to market your private practice and therapy services. It takes some time and hard word to build a Facebook audience, but it can be well worth the effort.   My fellow private practice colleagues often ask me how I got over 5,000 Facebook fans on my Facebook […]

6 Easy Ways to Build Your Private Practice Over the Holidays

6 Easy Ways to Build Your Private Practice Over the Holidays

  You’re probably not thinking about ways to build your private practice right about now! More likely you’re counting the days until your vacation, begins. This is the time for holiday celebrations, travel, family traditions, and reconnecting with loved ones.   Working over the holidays may sounds like a major downer, but many entrepreneurs find […]

Are You Anxious About Blogging?

Are You Anxious About Blogging?

  Are you anxious about blogging? A lot of therapists feel anxious about blogging. It can be a bit intimidating when you’re first getting started, but I assure you that you can overcome your blog writing anxiety. Do you wonder if you’re a good writer? Do you hesitate every time you go to push publish? […]